Many of Washington State Library’s series of events, including our evening and brown bag speakers events, are now available online via streaming video!
To find them, try searching the WSL catalog using keywords ‘Educational Outreach Event’ and you will find a list of events to choose from. From the search results list, you may choose to view the video, and in many cases may also view the flyer announcing the event.
These videos, along with our upcoming events, can also be found at: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/library/events.aspx.
Select from events such as: “Looking Like the Enemy: My Story of Imprisonment in Japanese-American Internment Camps,” with Mary Matsuda Gruenewald; “Mary Sam: Basket Weaver, Visionary, Provider, and Survivor,” with Harvest Moon; “Tracking Kurt Cobain Through Washington Vital Records,” with WSL Genealogy staff; or learn about Uppity Women, Lewis and Clark, Galloping Gertie, Ice Age Floods, and much more.
Thanks to the hard work of WSL’s Multi-Media Services for making these videos available to view online.